Crafted of walnut that's been given a rustic distressed finish, this dresser boasts elaborate carvings on its four-drawer fronts.
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1930s Mexican sterling silver necklace with four large
amethyst cabochons. Signed with unknown maker’s mark; marked “Mexico silver.”When Ilon Specht worked in advertising in NYC, she authored major ad campaigns, including “Because I’m Worth It” for L’Oréal. Over the years, ...
1930s Mexican sterling silver necklace and earrings set
with Art Deco shell design and amethyst cabochons. Marked “sterling Taxco." When Ilon Specht worked in advertising in NYC, she authored major ad campaigns, including “Because I’m Worth It” for L’Oréal. Over ...
”1940s Mexican sterling silver necklace by Matilde Eugenia
Poulat. Important and rare museum-quality piece, correctly signed with Matl's period hallmarks. Triple-hinged medallion with two repoussé birds and traditional wire work decorated with faceted amethysts and with coral and turquoise cabochons ...